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Why did you join the Lib Dems?

I'd always voted Lib Dem, and had

thought about getting involved

previously. As I sat in tears

watching Nick Clegg's resignation

speech, I realised I could no longer

sit on my hands and needed to do

something - I joined a couple of

days later.

Tell us a bit about your career?

After studying English at Edinburgh

University, I joined the police as an

officer in 1999. My 12 years

included roles in response,

community, and family protection.

Later, I worked for the then

Association of Chief Police Officers

in Scotland, before a final role at

the Scottish Police College.

After a career break with my then

young children, I became the

Employment and Training Manager

at the Scottish Resettlement

Centre, supporting service

personnel leaving the military to get

skills and training to help them

secure employment.

I've worked for a global drinks

manufacturer in learning and

development for the last 3 years. I

achieved a qualification in Distilling

last year - always good for a

Conference Whisky tasting event!

I believe that my experiences make

me a relatable candidate, who can

understand the challenges faced by

the most vulnerable in our society

and the services there to assist


AD LIB meets…

Ad Lib went to Wendy Chamberlain, the Lib Dem

candidate in Britain's most marginal seat.

In the 2017 General Election, the Liberal Democrats missed

out on winning North East Fife by a heartbreaking two votes.


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